inside it s beautifully designed, clearly laid out, and adds plenty of visual examples alongside the instructive text (Web User, August 2014)
Learn How To
Make your sites more interactive
Use jQuery to simplify your code
Recreate popular web techniques
Slideshows and lightboxes
Improved forms and validation
Using Ajax, APIs, and JSON Filtering, searching, and sorting
Plus bonus reference materials
From the author of the best–selling HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites www.htmlandcssbook.com
Found the content lacked real life examples and applications and I found it hard to apply the content to my work.
Book is literally falling apart after a few uses.
First time programmer here. Read Jon Duckett's previous book about HTML and CSS which I loved and learned a lot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ben Finch
Very well written book. Unfortunately let down by the binding. I'm barely half way through my first read, enjoying it too, but sadly the pages are falling apart. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mike
In respects to web development, there are near innumerable quantities of how-to's in respects to the title of this volume, having utilise Jon Duckett's other work on HTML5 and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelvin Beukes
very nice and readable book, only the thing is binding is not very proper, after two weeks pages don't stick together.
That's why 4 start, otherwise 5.
This is All I needed to carry on with my Web development career. Great Product. I do wish it was a little bit more cheap.Published 2 months ago by michelle roaf
I love all his books, I would love it if he made a book for PhP (or renew it) and other languages too. The book is really clear and it is really easy and enjoyble to read it.Published 2 months ago by Ivana